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fJELLEVUE GAZETTE. v,y ' " . 1 wMiv-t.
-- - " h'livc we ill reserve your mailing' till
r v I I, I H t: n by J wc neeil lliem. In llui numi limo W'M
I. A. 8TRICKLAED & CO., yon cc d n littlo sympathy upon your
TIIOS. J. GUNNISON, BDITOB.
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DELLCVUS, N. T. v
THURSDAY. MARCH 2r,lS-7-The
Mlliilpi and M l"onrl
The miration which tins Wen so long in
oubt, and tlio subject of aa many 1im-s
ml fears, seems according to the Conn
i il WufT papers, to liave Ikh'ii at length
acttle&VefrcJor'to the question wheth
er IW&E-&-M. IL It bliould approach
thejiuouri Hjvcr down the valley of
rifcon Creek, or the Mowjnito valley.
It seems. ihn. director havo determined
ipon tho Mosquito valloy, notwithstanding
thortlaims of tho other route were strongly
presented, aul urjpd ly some of the cor
porators, i Too rcsuh is just as we ami
rinnted. and have said all alonr. The II.
K. is to Como down the Mosquito valley
Kiirh sonmi lo bo a "Iixeu tad. lie
eongratulaie the people of IJellovuo anil
thd proprietor of Junction Ciiy, for to no
locality does tho establishment of the K
U. on thi route, promise sa great ndvnn'
W MIIM.Ti, M IK II 'J, 1 -"7.
Aii'illn'T d;iy will cl'Hii the present ses
sion of ('oii'jress, tuul with thut tcriiiiunti'm
will heitin the CHiccr of a new Adtninis-
Irmiiin. tvliii li mn V ln i!i-.l iniil lit fTirri.f
' mifortminio miss of $o0,000, to fini.-!t n large iiifluonnr. uoii tlio future (h-.-tiny
your rapitnl buildings. Alas for poor nf ihe It pub ir. e are Mantling mine
Heeding Omaha. Console- yourself how ' s t i . I t of pei ilou tinB., mid the horizon is
ever. You can lake a part of the 0, darUn with loud.s pouenteus of trouble
, . . II. V IMII fill II US Wf , llll.l- I II r-l'll II "l
alienalioii ubroad, and disunion has been so
much harped up in one' portion of the
coi nlry, ns to become regarded as n con
tingency, which may happen whenever a
llinugc of the Council It luffs rash or reckless coinbiniiiinn ihnll strike
Limiting. Hie t low. I be irnternni rellowMnp. wnini
I i... -m..:... ..t n .....:.,
,.r . I ,i .i . m.,1 " IS uui il it: lili.linj inuni hi nil '.uir .-i,
tVe tiodortanu that the mert'lmniH uiul i i t i . i
1 ', . Imu ....in nnnrltf iw riivml nml Cl'f'llilll liO.
business men of Council Willi's, have, for J (() rvnn rfU., 0l,r rn,hor ns rn(M,,i,.s,
convenience sake, and in order to avoid (inn friends. Our only real lion I of union
delays, determined to receive their freigut,' is in it utunl svmpaihv ninl devotion to each
at their old landing -s.ear the Urilllcr.lhrr. When that lK,H.lUo,,eeevered.t!i
, ,, i . i political ties are as wormiess ns n rope oi
warehouse. 1 hat certainly, is a most . XVc rarinot hol.l together ns n nn
wnsiMo conclu.sim for them to arrive nt. .. i.tir f,er ((U ,,,.,,,,1,, f die South
' ix' . .i i .. i .... i .i :
(KM) that Was boasted as k'ing on hand to
' purchase (he votes of the members of the
j last Assembly of the T. of N.
This lauding, which is only nboul two and North havti adopted ihe conviction,
miles and n half above our city, is alto-, that they are not united by common oIlVc-
i r 1 1 . .i .i i ..... lions, interests, duties and 1 iitrioliMii.
ire her nreferab e, to the one they liuvo t ',, , ' ... .
h ' ,11 LMr. Jbu hanan w en er oMico not inien-
ieen trying to use lor mo mm eu. u. ... ,1,,, (ijtl,r , - indi-ations which
two letween Council RlnlVs and Omaha, I nre abroad, and it is to be hoped that by
firmness on the one hntnl, and discreet con
ciliation on the other, ho may be able to
allay the passionate purpose which already
thr-atens ihe tranquility of his Adminis-
THE MISSOUFI RIVEX AND IOWA'
C-D JV1PAIU Y
AT ST. MARYS, MILLs CO.,
ARE nrpnari'il to furnish Wrutrrn lows nnd
Nbrakn with S.M), (iKAVKI.. I.IMK,
ROCK, & ItUII.DINd SIO.N'K of rvrry
variety, i Sml ulnpo. 'I'liV have furilitifS
for qiiarrvinil AN Y itTANTITY, tli.it iniy
lie iH-eded, onil also iuipiid to make
D3ICK, WATER LIMI, &C.
KF.Kr.UANCr.S: P. Cuourr au Ji, k Co.,
St. Loci'. fJuKVsr., V'fA, fc IUnios,
Council Hi. errs.
All orders dlinuld be addressed lo
JNO. YV. A.M'.IONY, S cii'tvhy.
S'.Muvs, March j'h.ls;.7. 21tf.
(Mi in iu:iuiM:MLYrs.
AT (JLKNWOOD, IOWA.
TOOTLE 6c GREENE
t. a. josrs. r.rn. w. woon.
Drug & Chemical House ,
IN THE WEST.
OMAHA CITY, NI'.URASKA TI.HIUTOnY arcript or a ractn rrLr or
Wliicli, when complete, will roinnoae the
LARGEST and best SELECTED STOCK
IN MILLS COUNTY.
II. me vi: II.
and is quite as n ar to the former town.
It is only about four miles across the bo -tout
to that city, whereas by the meander
ings of the river, it is nearly twelve miles, I trntion
and those twelve miles very didieult of
novigaiion, owing to the frcvpient changes
in llio rbniini'l. nml iiiiineroiia sand bars.
tnjea a. it doea to these town,. It ensures L . s a jioiiit of (h(j fivcr u, way
their .railroad connection with tlio Eust,
and with it a rapid growth and unbounded
prospority, Tho Mosquito creek leaves
tho blufl" on tho Iowa side, about four
mile from the river, and about ix miles
from ftollevue, and its course, after leav
inj thb bluffs is southwestemly towards
this point, and it empties into the Mis'
aouri almost directly pposite tho centre
o our tity. It leaves the bluffs uliout two
miles and a half this tide of Council mulls
City, and a considerable curve is necessary
in order to reach that point ; whereas from
kIevuQ on tho next bank of ihu Mi
souri, by way of Junction City on the oth
er skI, the course is dircrt and n U. H.
may be built oil an air-line, not only
across the bottoms but fur up into the
bluffa, alonj the Mosquito valley. We
again, our R. 1U connection with tho
East ii, by the location of the Davenport
Roai along ihe Mosquito valley, rendered
certain. Look out for the engine, for we
hall noon hear tho bell ring !
7! ' ';' i 1r I..I-.I 1
jv "iiiiiiiiiiicaiv-u j
by boatmen, lly reluming to their old
andmgthu people of Council Muffs will
receive their freight by from two to four
hours so iner, than by tho one they have
tried lo establish , between that plate and
Omaha, and ihey will also have a belter
road over which to haul their go.nls.
O imha, being owned principally by Coun
cil Mulls men, it was thought that it
might aid the growth of the former town
by establishing a landing between the
two places, and leave the change for the
lust year ; but the business men of Coun
cil Mud's find that it is "paying too dear
The composition of the Cabinet is well
understood in the main, though there nre
two points the Pennsylvania and New
England members upon which Mr. IJn
cl.unau is not entirely derided. He has
Mgnified his intention to withhold a decis
ion upon both, until ho may confer with
his friends here. (Jen. Cass was not the
choice of Mr. Huchanan, for the Premier-1
ship, and he was-iolen rather its a politi
cul necessity, than from inclination. De
ciding to give a seat to the North West,
ronllicting claims were presented, which
became nominally reconciled through ibis
c impromise. (Jen. ('ass is seventy-five
years old, and has been habitually regar
ded as a most unrelenting enemy of Eng
land. When ihe treaty now pending be
fore the Senate, tor the adjustment of the
Central American question was first com
municated, ho expressed very positive ob
jections to Us raliliculion. Heceiitly, how
for tho whistle," and they have resolved i ever, he has modified some of these views
lo look after their owr. interest in the fu
Me, Editor j , In the Nebraskian' of
March llih I uotico an article headed, mn08 land-carriago
tore, and let Omaha take care ot itself.
Hence this exhibition of their practical
good sense, by returning to tho use of
their old landing below their city.
In times of low water, goods intended
for Omaha, can be landed on this side, nt
Ik'llevue," and thus ihe shallows and sand
bars between 'he Council Bluffs landing
and Omaha may bo entirely avoided. It
would involve tho necessity of only twelve.
'Appropriations for tho Capitol of No- Omaha, and tho arrangement would be
bratU" in Which Mr. Chapman the Uel- particularly a-rreeoblo to boatmen. It
cent's, from Omaha, manifests his usual wouj l)0 b,ntL.r for Qmaha to receive her
duplicity and prevarication. Why did he freights here, than nt the Council UluiEs
not answer the question of Mr. Marshall aujinn, ns there is but little difference in
correctly; If he knew that the Mil to re- lhc distance, and by landinz at Bolluvue,
imove the seat of Government passed the I ,he CXpensc and delays of ferriage across
Council by a two-thirds majority, and the me Missouri would be saved
House by a like vote except one. Did he
not know also that the Hill when, returned
to the council with the governors veto,
was never considered. It did not fail of
and is now not unwilling to sec it confirm
ed. Although it may bo very gratifiying
to know that his opinions have undergone
this change, especially since he is to take
charge of tho foreign affairs, still, the fact
itself exhibits a degree of instability which
must necessarily excite some measures of
It is understood to bo the purpose of
Mr. Buchanan to recall all the prinoij al
foreign ministers, and to change the local
officers, with the expiration of their coin
missions. This course his friends say,
will save him from the charge of proscrip
tion, and nt the samo 'time vindicate a
nrincinli of rotation, which :s nt least
cherished by those w ho have not bee.' foi
Meyer & Getzschmann's
The imiliTslciied be leave to Inform the
rlti.eim of the Bcljuininif coiiiiUpm In Nehrankn,
th.it they arc biiililinc a new KLOl'KING
MILL, with two run of lluirs, at
ST. MAUY, MILLS CO., IOWA.
to he in operation on the 1st of Aucus.. t"07.
Farmers will do well to raise pler.tvi f Wheat,
fin we nre pie arcil to py the highest riucs
C t" ll.irley will also bo bougV.t by the pro
I rictois of tlio
ST. MARY I'.RE'VKUY,
.iMhe t harvest. lo " Hi.
C. T. IIOI.I.OWAY. C. D. KELLER.
IIollo4Ay & Keller,
GENERAL LAND AGENTS, Hellevuo
V.T city, jv. T., will promptly attend to the
foller'.iii!; and invostini; money, locating Land
nrrant", tuivini; nml eiiin; city loU, &.c.
Olfice .it the Bidlevuc House.
OLENW 6 6 D II OT E L .
TTAVINfJ reecntlv based this well-known
11 llo'el for a immbrr of years, and fitted
it up in a n.iperior style, the Proprietor flat
ters himself th:it the pal ronnire he heretofore
received from his friends and the public in
ceneral will now he extended. Mv table is
liirnislicil Willi the choicest delicacies or tlic
season. Adjoininc the house are extensive
stahles, and pood hostlers will always be in
Come on, ye that bunker and thirst for the
eond of this world, and von will alwavs find
Jeasc on hand to mi ister to vour waiOs.
.'ESSE A. PAINTER.
JONES & WOOD,
WllOMSAI.E A!D HlTAIL DEALERS IS
Toliacco, iV.c. Kc. 4-c.
Having )iirehnsi'd the entire stock of
Dlll'tiS nml EANCV tiOOIJS foriunly be
o!i;;in to I!. A. Henry & Co., together with
o-.ir own full puirliase's, wc nre now enabled
to olI'iT the p ililie as romplete an assortment
of DKl'dS and FANCY (JOODS as can be
I'ouml west or the Mississippi river. Our
slock is. of niHtfiiitude, enoiiL;h to supply the
whole Nhraska trade t and having hern par
chased under the must favorable circum-
oi it stock or .no( i:uit:s
Are bought at the lowest terms for cash,
RAISINS, , ;
NUTS, Slc, itc., ke
lMtV GOODS. '
Ladies and (JenU, call and see them, and
price for yourselves. They have not been
- . . . N immprf.il ami it n prp in r iiina n...
stanres. we leel assnreu in our uiniicin,1 , " . - -"-, -"
that if Fine Goods, as regards ijuanlity. qnal- , '':;'."-r,lt "' flopped direct from the hasten.
(V and price, are any object t.. those dealine , , 0 V.A,7 t V " 1 a"Vru" '
n DRUCS and MEDICINES, we can oiler
these inducements to a greater extent than any
other house in the West. Country Merrhants
and Physicians are requested to examine our
slock before piircnasinj; cisewnere
no l)-tr ju.M-.s.v. wiiuu.
. A FINE FARM FOR SALE.
THE undersigned would respectfully inform
the citizens of Bcllcvuo and the public cener
ally, that he wishes to sell his farm, which is
situated on the Platte river, in Sarpv County.
and consists of 320 acres. 2 JO acres of this
land is fenced with boards, and cedar posts
40 acres is broken, ami half a mile from this
is 70 arrs of ns good timber as can be found
in the Trrritory. This farm is situated on
the Staee Road from Omaha to Nebraska
City, the Platte River Ferry heiin; riht on
cation as can he foiimloa the Platte River, and
for richness of Soil, and convenience of Wood
and Water unsurpassed by any in the Terri
tory. For further particulars apply to the
owner oitthe premises.
.getting tho two thirds rote. It was never
. put to vote. : But here Mr. C, desirous
'of leaving as favorable an impression as
' possible, convey the idea that it was con
liidcreJ, and failed for want of a two
thirds vote. Cannot yotititian be hontst ?
i Tho question very naturally arises, why
..was k not considered T Among other rea
- sous allow me to bay : 1st. Several mem-
"hen doubted tho propriety of locating at
1 Douglass City. Had the question come
up mjrely upon the removal, doubts with
these men wouW at once have been uis
. pelled. One of the leadinj members of
- the Omaha delegation said "that if we'
the majority, would set it at the proper
'. place, he would go for it. 2d. It was in
.the minJ of others that Congress should
lie petitioned for a section of land ou which
' to set the capitol, and have commissioners
' appointed to locate and lay out a town and
sell for the benefit of the Territory. 3d.
.. It Was boasted that there was $200,000
v to keep the seat of Government at Oina-
ha, and strongly suspected that some of it
' was in the pockets of members. Such be
. ing the motives operating upon ihe r.nnd
- of the assembly, it was deemed wise to let
. the matter .drop until a better digested
plan should be adopted. The views ex
pressed by R. W. Furnas, lvlitor of the
advertiser, on the subject in his issue of
' Feb. 26 are such jis your correspondent
rati fully endorse; to wit: "Wo ore in
'' favor of the removal of the Capitol upon
an honest and fair plan."
Is It Sir. braskiait V
How happens it that you ure so open
.. .cared to the hearing of rumors, to the ef
-1 feet that a town has. been hud out "on the
' Pappillion, which is designed for the seat
'' of justice for STy Co- -a oecaus '"
J, (1vish stily to insinuate, thai one of the
i: ii oonuxiwkiouers u so corrupt as to locate
X 1 merely iotiewof his own advantage ? Or
do yoa intend onlyto sympathise with
"poor Weeding Bcllevuer Truly we are
Halt Spring lout pan ).
We are glud to learn that the Salt
Spring Company have at last consented
to open their door to the public, and hav
issued their certificates. Wo were fear
ful the company had concluded to confine
the profits of their manufactory to the
tnenilxTs, but we learn the delay has been
in consequence of ihe determination of the
original proprietors to see the manufiW
lory of salt nt their works fully secured,
before they would issue their stock to the
This is very commendable and will not
only secure a valuable consideration to the
share holder, but will secure n desidera
tum to the inhabitants of the West. Noth
ing is more devoutly desired than n good
article of salt, manufactured in these
parts. All the slock 1ms been paid in
under the charier and the company have
so fully completed their organization as to
render this certain. They have organ
ized two companies, one under the direc
tion of that old pioneer, Thomas Thomp
son the discoverer of these valuable
springs which ure situated -in Lancaster
County, Nebraska, nnd that oilier safe
and careful guide Capt. Clemens, now
ready to start for tho springs as soon ns
the weather will permit.
We learn that this company have con
cluded to make their depot, for the deliv
ery of salt on the Missouri River, at the
nourishing town of Kenosha, where the
salt will bo shipped Norih, South and
Last. The day is not far distant, when
we will have salt at something like a
saving price. Those that are interested
in this company may rest assured tho'. but
a few mouths will bring a dividend, for
there is no mistake but this will be a pay
tunale. enough to taste the spoils of office. Die' place, it is, nltozclher as desirable a
n, i ! rl I. ... i.'. i ... .i. . ni.ii. ii!
me proceedings oi kim weei were e
ventful in tho House, und full of the grea
test admonition. Three members, whom
the Committee of Investigation recommen
ded to he expelled, voluntarily resigned,
rather than test the sone of the chamber;
: nd the fourth was relieved ) y a forluate
combination- of causes. The two principal
witnesses. Siminton, through whose agen
cy the whale movement originated, at d
Triplett, who negotiated, corruptly wuli
one of the members, were expelled from
the floor, without a dissenting voice. Thus
has ended one of the most huinilitating
spectacles ever witnessed in an American
Congress. And the conviction prevails,
thai the inquiry of the Committee barely
broke the crust of the corruption which is
known to exist lu re, and which a trial nt
tho l or, such ns was proposed, would clear
ly have established. enniity has enter
W. 11. STAHK. U. W. HKI'UUK.S.
Boot and Shoe Store,
On FARN11AM Street, Opposite the Ex
W. H. STARK & CO.,
Would respectfully inform the ladies and cen-
tlemen of Omaha and vicinity, that they have
on hand and are Manufacturing a complete
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Of the best'quality, and warranted compri
8infr the foU'owinir, vi. :
Ladies' Fine Lace and Consrress Gaiters.
" Kid Bootees and Contrress Gaiter.
" " Slippers and Parodi Ties.
" Heavy Morocco and Calf Bootees.
Misses " " "
Chillis' " " "
Gents' Sewed Kip and Calf Boots.'
" Peeked " "
" Fine French or Pump Boots.
" Water Proof and Quilted-Bottom Boots.
" Patent Calf Boots.
" Oxford Ties and (Jaiters.
" Kin and Calf Shoes.
Boys' and Youths' Kip Boots and Broans.
All of which are made of the best material
the market a thirds. Our facilities for select
ins ar imoiirpnsscd in Eastern cities, and we
wish it distinctly understood that we
"Warrant Every Article We Sell.
We have the best of workmen in our cm
ploy. F.very style of Boot or Shoe made to
order, and warranted an easy and fashionable
no 13-tf W. IL STARK &, CO.
DKf.SS GOODS, from a ten cent Lawn to a
Two Dollar Silk. Also, n few fine SILK
SHAWLS, BONNF.TS and PARASOLS.
A fine stock old nnd younp, fogies and
'fast' men, call soon if you want a nice cat
vest or pants, on reasonable terms.
New styles, cheap and durable.
II All!) w At. r..
A very larpe assortment, consisting In nart
of Smith's Tools, Spades, Shovels, Forks,
Rakes, Hoes, Bells, Mill, Crosscut, and Hand
Saws, F'iles, Aupers, Axes, Broadaxes, Adze,
Chisels, &.c, &c, to the end of the chapter.
A large lot, consisting of Pine Doors, Rash.
Shutter Blinds, Paints, Oils.'Nails, Locks,
Latches, Glass, Putty, tec.
Bureaus, Bedsteads. Tables, Chairs, Tin
Safes. Onbhoars, Stands, &c.
II'tJ" W will sell cheaper for cash thar
any house in Western Iowa.
no R-tf. TOOTLE & GREENE.
P. A. SARPY,
Still continues the above business at
ST. MARYS, IOWA, & BBLLEVUE,
Merchants and Emigrants will find their
goods promptly and tarefullv attended to.
P. S. I have the only WAREHOUSE for
storage at the above named landings.
St. Mrys, Febr2()i.h,lR57. 21-tf-i
Anost ronlie lo the Steam Ciixine.
c'd high places; and so long as the temp-1 KviJence of hooman VT0riiz bcia onward.!
union vmsis, vtiiiiii iuusu ii-fjifiuuuu uini
enormous expend tures encourage, just so
long must we exne -t this disgraceful sy -
i l orty years was me riuuiren oi isruci
A gittin threw the dezurt from the table of
Ef yew bad been there with a pillur of fier
By nite, and yure cloudy collom of iinone by
YewM a put rm threw in 40 hours
Inter the land floin with milK and bunny
Too the astonishment of the Jehusiglita,
Hie Hi-rh-viles, Hit-tights, Git-tiglits and
An.) wunce it ttiK some weans to go from Bos
Too Hartford in Kuiielikut, and muiitbs
There is a valley in the Island of Java,
throu'jr I which it is impossible to pass alive.
on account of the lurUinic acid gas which
exudes from the rocks.' Birds Hying
through it are instantly destroyed, and its
surface is covered wU tho c rcasses of
men and boasts, who havo perUhed in its
treachcro is dejxhs.
tern to spread its darkening and poison
ous shadows. To reform it, we must
strike at the root of the evil; reduce the
revenue, depleie the Treasury, and dimm
ish the inducements which now exi t.
Kxtravagn r; and moral laxity are the
besetting sins which are undermining our
institutions, and sapping ilu ir founduti n,
threaten the Republic with downfall.
Cot run: ion, prodigality, and license over
threw ihe Roman Empire; and the same
niT.ii.i'ind I'ul furitwH nmitbfr (.nil PV.
3 i . , r.i , I... I. ' To wreech the nlaisc wjiere Sinsiiiiiatty standi
ample to history of the tl generate tenue , '
cies. by which 'a n ople 'peculiarly b!es- -:w ,a,"M ' 8'a"
ed bv rrovidence, may provo'.vC their own l''4rK,n Il0rK I"0"8 8Cul lul" ,
destruction i w 1 ca"l a"1' try out for vary-
The arrangement which Mr. Forsyth ...
undertook to negotiate "ilh the Mexican Cullinery perperces, sich as fry.u do-nots,
(ovcrnmen , without instructions from the j Now thfas j"""-)'8 can ' tlA P
Department of State, has n .1 been recei At ",,ort ""Ua wi,h "f '1""8 011,1 Jiapatch
ved with favor bv the Administration, nor ; Shoen that the human mynd Is wapabel
by the country. It proposes, in plain terms , f Voi'ti''onal 'lopment in skience
a' loan o' lit'tee!! million of dollars, without Ewdei.se of pro-ress!
any real advantage to the Coiled States, , "
The pretended benefits, are a reciprocity : Imoli Rtxri; or Spai.v. 1 ne Covcrn
treaty of Commerce, and a postal conven-; ont of Spam has issued a dc-jree that
lion, boihof which havo be n he etofore 'allows no religious controversy, nnd that
ollVrcd for nothing, and would lave been ' wi'i not tolerate any infraction of this rule,
long ago obtained, but for the desire of , whatever, nor permit any journal to make
the former Minister to connect t';em with y comment upon the Holy Catholic and
enterprises, outside these legilinute ol jects. ! Apostolic faith. Nor fchall it be permuted
Tho President has determined not to send i to discuss the oppormness of religious uni
the project to tho S Mitue, nnd if -Mr. Ho- iy." The god lb hop of Tudcla u m de
. bniuii. ibink msmor to wnew the maiter. lighted with this decree lhat he has olfer-
the whole responsibility will rest with him. j ed the warmest thanks to tho Queen fur
The Supreme Court wilt give its dec is- i vurc in iuj cmucu. iu u-xurseu
iitn in iho Miss.i'ii i ra.o on
ThursJav. and ' heretics and foliuwers of Luther," (he
that decision will be against all the hopes ') "willihus learn that the Church,
that have been entertained from this tri- j though persecuted never looses her cour
buna! of last resort. The constitutionality age. She may bo borne down, but she
of the Compromise- will be denied, and j will speedily rise ogain with renewed vig
ihe extremes! southern views maintained, j ur- The Church, us the Ulessed Leo ha
Judge M'Lean and Curtis will alone dis- j mkI, may not, cann A, and never shall be
j sent, a i now umlt rstood. ntnui.ic.
Eastern Boots & Shoes
SELLING AT COST
AT THE OMAHA CITY
Boot and Shoe Store,
To make room for my own manufacture.
Also, a pood assortment of Ladies' and Gents'
Rubber, Overs and Sandals of A. No. 1 quali
ty, at a very small advance, together with a
complete assortment of work of my own man
ufacture, including Ladies' and lients' Buffalo
Also, a well selected Stock of
Leather and Findings.
P. S. Every stylo of Boot or Shoe made to
order, ns usual, and warranted easy, fashion
able and durable,
IIO 13-tf. W. llL.MvK S1AK&.
NEW GOODS! NEW STORE!!
"MIE undersigned have-opened, at their new
J. store on Douglas street, opposite the
banks, a new and spleuuul assortment ol
BOOTS and SHOES,.
BOOKS, STATIONERY, tc.
Our stock of Dry Goods comprises all kinds of
LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S and CHILD-
IU-..VS uitr.ss uwus,
ALIi KINDS OP DOMESTICS
and everything that is requisite to make up a
complete assortment of Dry Goods.
We have a larpe lo of Clo'hinj- that is wel
and fashionably made, and out of the best
material. Our stock consists of all kinds of
Gents' Ftiniishinir Goods.
BOOTS and SHOES.
Our stock of Boots and Shoes is the larcrest
ever offered to the citizens of Nebraska. They
are purchased directly from the manufac
turers, ami are or tne very oesi quality.
Our pood are all new, and recen'.lv pur
chased in tho Eastern cities, and wc intend
s'dlinp them at nstouishinp low prices. All
the citizens of Omaha and vicinity are re
q'iested to call and examine our slock, as they
will nnd It to tlieir interest to do so.
(y We study to please,
no. 10-tf PATRICK &. CO,
HUFFMAN'S STAGE LINE.
BELLEVL'E, ST. MARYS
A N 1) (i L E N V O O D
HUFFMAN'S LINE will leave Glenwood,
via. St. Mirys for Bellevue, on Mon
day's, Wednesday's and Saturday's, at 10
o'clock, A. M., and will leave the Benton
House, Bellevue, via. St. Marys for Glenwood,
on the same days at 1 o'clock. P. M.
This Line connects at St. Marys, with the
Council Blufls and St. Joseph Stapes, and at
Glenwood with the various lines from the Mis
sissippi to the Missouri Rivers.
Travelers on this Line will find every con
venience and accommodation, tp make their
trips pleasant and speedy. Comfortable
Coaches, Careful Drivers and well-fed
KBANK 1.. KFMP.
GUN AND JEWELRY STORE
KEMP t FRODSHAM,
DEALERS in Clocks, Watches, Jewelry,
Musical Instruments, Kitlcs, Shot Gun's,
Thirty hour and eipht day clocks of the two
best uiinufarturies i:i the Union; steamboat
and office spring clocks.
Sinple and double shot Guns, from five to
fifty dollars; Fifes, of our own make; also.
Eastern make: Pistols of all kinds; pistol
flasks, shot baps, wadding and wad cutlers;
common and water-proof caps; colt's caps,
and numerous o'her articles suitable for the
Western trade, which neither time nor space
will allow to enumerate.
C tF All of the above articles sold on the
most reasonable terms. Hcpaiiing dune to
order at short notice. no 9-tf.
Omaha Citv, N. T.
JUST RECEIVED BY
N U C O L L S & CO.',
A Larpe and Wei! Selected Stock (Express
ly for THIS Market) of
Hats &. Caps, .
Boots Sl Shoes,
Window Shutters, &.C., &.c.
Havino been bought and shipped at low
fisrures. wc flatter ourselves we ore able
to oiler such inducements to CASH HUY-
i;itS as have not heretofore been ottered.
We ask an examination, or our Goods ami
prices, before purchasinp clHewhrre. The La
dies will find at our Store a large stock ol
U EH AGE,
DEL A INS,
PLAID SILKS, 4.C, fcc.,
All of which will be Bold very LOW.
NUCKOLLS t CO.
Ci.r.N'wooD, Mills Co., Iowa. no 4-tf.
NEW GOODS!! NEW PRICES!!!
New Everything, at tho Old Stand of
SARPY &. ENGLISH.
EDWARD C. EOSEYSHELL
HAS the honor to inform the people of th
Southern District of Douplas and the adjoin
inp counties, Nebrassa, that he Is now cpen
inp one of the larpest Stocks of GOODS ever
brought to Glenwood, Mills county, Iowa,
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE. BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS & CAPS. QUEENSWARt,
NAILS, . LEATHER,
OILS. PAINTS, DVE-STUFFS,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
READY-M A D K C IX)T UlSO,
C A R P E N T E RS' T )OLS,
YANKEE NOTIONS, &,
And everything that may be found generally
iu city stores, all of which he will sell
CIIF.AP FOIl CASH.
ry ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRO
DUCE taseu In exchmige for Goods. ""'"
ers frpm town or country wishing good
cheap Goods, cither at wholesale or retail,
will save money by calling and examining In
stocK before purchasing elsewhere, ta'j
w ill find good bargains and fair dealing.
Glenwood, Iowa. no 4-tl
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